Golden Locust Tree

Thu, Apr 10, 2008

Architectural

Golden Locust Tree - Robinia pseudoacacia Frisia
Latin name:
Robinia pseudoacacia ‘Frisia’

Description: ‘Frisia’ is much more exotic looking than the plane green form. Its luxuriant leaves are composed of nineteen individual leaflets that are golden yellow when young 9 looking beautiful against a blue sky) turning greenish-yellow through summer and a glowing orange-yellow in the autumn. The whole tree has a light and airy appearance and can be pollarded yearly if you wish for a much smaller shrub/tree.

Hardiness: hardy

Height: up to 15m

Position: Full sun in a sheltered position as their branches break easily in high wind

Soil: poor to average spoil

Water: fairly drought tolerant once established

Usage: ‘Frisia’ really stands out when planted next to dark green foliaged plants

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